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Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

2020 . Comedy, Music . 2h 3m

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About the movie

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Two small-town aspiring musicians chase their pop star dreams at a global music competition, where high stakes, scheming rivals and onstage mishaps test their bond.

Actors:

Rachel McAdams, Will Ferrell, Pierce Brosnan, Dan Stevens, Jamie Demetriou

Director:

David Dobkin

Rated:

PG-13

Writer:

Will Ferrell, Andrew Steele

Language:

English, Íslenska

Release:

26 Jun 2020

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Reviews

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Maddie

2 months ago

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My favorite comedy on Netflix. Had such a great time watching. Lots of laughs (at least for someone with a similar humor to my own). With giving a shot.

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Svend Nielsen image

2 months ago

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Let's be honest, it's ridiculous and it's making fun of the Eurovision Song Contest which is already very polarizing by itself. But it's not only that, the movie also makes fun of different nations and stereotypes and all in all it does it in a very respectful way. So.. the music is good, the plot is simple but the movie is hilarious and the cast makes it even funnier. I think this movie represents the event very well and I also loved the cameos in it.

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Elliot C image

2 months ago

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It’s dumb. It’s supposed to be dumb. There are elves, nonsensical songs, and Will Ferrell playing a role he is way too old for. Don’t overthink it.

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Roxie Shipton

4 months ago

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I think like others have said, you need to be in the mood for this. Today I’m feeling very unwell and this was the perfect, stupid, cameo movie. You get to be on the sofa with a blanket and drift in and out without needing to hold on to the story. Yaya ding dong will be stuck in my head and I certainly wouldn’t give it a second watch.

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Caroline Hill image

4 months ago

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Trust me, I'm more surprised than you could ever be about this review. I'm not a Will Ferrell fan (usually 2nd least fav actor) and a lot in this movie is so silly. Not normally my humour. But I think this was the perfect storm 🤷🏽‍♀️ 🌊 I was definitely just in the right mood for it and weirdly really enjoyed myself. (Maybe I'm watching too much American TV..) The scenery of Iceland 😍 yes please. Stunner. Opening scene was especially fantastically beautiful, cinematography-wise too. Also the music was actually really good! Also Jaja Ding Dong is a banger A lot of scenes/moments that were purposely stupid or ridiculous. I am curious how good their accents really were. But I enjoyed what this brought to my day and the final song (Husavik) was 😘👌🏼

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Nils Neubauer

4 months ago

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It’s hilarious and if you’re European I think you will recognize that it’s actually a really respectful take on one of the most idiotic events in the world. Loved this movie and the songs are great. Yaya ding dong

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Jordi B image

4 months ago

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It was definitely funny. I am not sure if USA audiences will get the joke, since most probably don't know it's a real thing. I think they did a good job and if you are familiar with the contest you will find it funny.

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Marco Cadel

6 months ago

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Nice comedy. Some really good songs and few scenes where you will laugh, but a part of that nothing extraordinary. Good movie for a chill evening.

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Emily Keast

8 months ago

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Now it’s not the best film in the world, but there are points in it that do make you chuckle. The idea is okay at best and it does feel like it drags a little, but ideal for having on in the background

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Caroline Stadsbjerg

9 months ago

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Både plat og skøn. Will Ferrell er god, musikken er underligt fængende. Startede lidt trægt, men blev bedre og bedre hen mod slutningen.

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Morten Veith Schroeder image

9 months ago

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It’s very silly and a bit too long! Honestly not sure Will Ferrell has really made any good movies the last 5 years! It just feels like he has 1 way to be funny and he’s done that 10 times now and he’s not coming up with anything new! I would have given it a 5 but then I’ll add 1 point for doing a great job of capturing the absurdity of Eurovision Song Contest and the fun they are making of small town societies! But that’s it 🤷‍♂️

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Katja Nicolaeva Lisdorf

9 months ago

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A little offensive, poorly done, but very funny and dumb. A feel good movie, especially if you like Will Ferrell and Eurovision

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IMDb image

10 months ago

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When aspiring musicians Lars and Sigrit are given the opportunity to represent their country at the world's biggest song competition, they finally have a chance to prove that any dream worth having is a dream worth fighting for.

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Rotten Tomatoes image

10 months ago

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Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga contains inspired ingredients and laugh-out-loud moments, but they're outnumbered by the flat stretches in this overlong comedy.

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Jamie Bendy image

10 months ago

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Okay, don't watch this movie expecting it to be brilliant. It simply isn't good at all. However, what I have noticed among others who have seen it is that however they feel about Eurovision itself, that's pretty much how they will feel about this movie. I think Eurovision is cheesy and camp and awful but I absolutely love it. This movie is cheesy and camp and awful but I really loved it. It just made laugh and smile. It's a film that knows what it is and knows what the source material is and I think it captured that very well. So don't expect a masterpiece. Just accept it for what it is and enjoy lots of cheap laughs.

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